Tuesday, July 31, 2007

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows - A Book Review

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows - A Book Review

harry potter haary deathly hallows haalows hollows download pdf rapidshare pdf piracy warez pirated versionI have just finished reading the .pdf copy of 'Harry Potter and The Deathly Hallows' that I had downloaded from Rapidshare last week. This is the original one as I matched it with reader reviews on the internet and the story fit perfectly. The best thing about reading a book in .pdf form is that no one in office can tell that you are not really working. Plus, I saved a good Rs.975.

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows - 7/10. The main reason I decided to download this book was because of the hype and publicity surrounding it. I hardly read books otherwise. The Deathly Hallows is a good book and ties up the loose ends present in the previous six installments. There was nothing surprising in the narrative and I learnt that my earlier predictions about the book were spot on.

I wouldn't recommend this book for kids though, as the plot of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows is quite dark, violent and scary. It could result in nightmares for a couple of weeks at least. (I myself suffered for a few days). The only part of the book which I did not like was the Epilogue. I would have liked the life stories of the central characters to be different and less predictable.

This is how I'd rate the seven Harry Potter books that have been published -

- Deathly Hallows
- Sorcerer's Stone
- Prizoner of Azkaban
- Goblet of Fire
- Chamber of Secrets
- Order of the Phoenix
- Half Blood Prince

I am not giving any details of the plot of the book so that everyone can enjoy reading it. If anyone wants a .pdf copy of the book, they can email me at cyberkitty123@gmail.com. (only people from countries where the book is very expensive or people who want to read it secretly in office may do so).

Have you read Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows? What did you think of it?


  1. Cover page looks different from what we have.My kids read it,liked the story.HP lives!!:))

  2. Loved it truly!!! Epilogue was, yes, a bit disappointing... gud point there!

  3. Hello Cyber Kitty

    Thanks for dropping by The Lowest Rated Blog, and oh by the way, I love that cat sitting in front of the computer !!! Have a fine INDIA day !!!

    v/r tlrb

  4. not a HP fan but u write reviews pretty well.


  5. I continue to discover that it more of older people than children seem to be fans of the series.


  6. You would have heard about the popularity of Harry Potter in UK. I got my son a copy within few days and he is yet to finish it. I am sure it must be really thrilling.

  7. awww this message flipped;
    "this file is forbidden to be shared lol
    complaints received."

  8. So this is what happens at Office... Pity your boss... :P

  9. Thanks for all ur comments -

    Asha - Yes, Rowling could'nt possibly kill off the main hero in a kid's novel.

    Reeta Skeeter - I'd have liked to see - Harry become Professor of the Dark Arts at Hogwarts, Hermione take up Professor McGonagall's position, Ginny marry Neville Longbottom, Ron marry Luna Lovegood and Draco become an official at the Ministry.

    The Lowest Rated Blog, Keshi and Balaji - thanx!

    Sidhusaaheb - Quite true, the books are too dark and scary for kids.

    Niki - I'll send you a copy!

    Chill - I'm lucky my boss is most of the time in the field *touch wood* !!

  10. you are awarded in my blog.
    (no need to send me a copy. thanks kitty-chan) :)

  11. i really love ur blog ;)
    thanks sooo much and happy weekend, kitty-chan!!


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